Hungary through its short-lived 1956 revolution had managed to show the world the terrible face of communism and thereby strike a fatal blow on the worldwide communist movement, writes Edith K. Lauer, who witnessed the events in Budapest.

Eyewitness to the Hungarian Revolution of 1956 and its aftermath of freedom: Edith K. Lauer (Opinion)

Hungary through its short-lived 1956 revolution had managed to show the world the terrible face of communism and thereby strike a fatal blow on the worldwide communist movement, writes Edith K. Lauer, who witnessed the events in Budapest.

Hungarian Revolution of 1956

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Hungarian Revolution of 1956

Hungarian refugees in Austria

Hungarian refugees in Austria

Hungarian freedom fighters man a border checkpoint during the November 1956 rebellion.

Hungarian freedom fighters man a border checkpoint during the November 1956 rebellion.

Refugee Child: My Memories of the 1956 Hungarian Revolution by bobbie Kalman 92 KALMAN Tthe compelling story of children's author Bobbie Kalman's experiences as a young girl during the Hungarian Revolution in 1956. A touching roller coaster ride of emotions, Kalman writes her story from the perspective of a nine-year-old. She relives both her frightening experiences as well as some warm, and even funny, memories of her family and their flight to freedom.

Refugee Child: My Memories of the 1956 Hungarian Revolution by bobbie Kalman 92 KALMAN Tthe compelling story of children's author Bobbie Kalman's experiences as a young girl during the Hungarian Revolution in 1956. A touching roller coaster ride of emotions, Kalman writes her story from the perspective of a nine-year-old. She relives both her frightening experiences as well as some warm, and even funny, memories of her family and their flight to freedom.

The Hungarian Revolution, Budapest, 1956. "Armed insurrection started in the streets on 24th October until the Soviet troops occupied Budapest on the 1st November 1956 and crushed the movement. The uprising brought a death toll of over 10,000 people." Photo by Erich Lessing.

The Hungarian Revolution, Budapest, 1956. "Armed insurrection started in the streets on 24th October until the Soviet troops occupied Budapest on the 1st November 1956 and crushed the movement. The uprising brought a death toll of over 10,000 people." Photo by Erich Lessing.

UNGARN, 10.1956.Budapest, VIII. Bezirk.Ungarn-Aufstand / Hungarian uprising 23.10.-04.11.1956:.Eine Studentin am Seil beim Herunterschlagen ...

UNGARN, 10.1956.Budapest, VIII. Bezirk.Ungarn-Aufstand / Hungarian uprising 23.10.-04.11.1956:.Eine Studentin am Seil beim Herunterschlagen ...

Hungarian revolution of 1956. Two young revolutionaries in the streets of the city during the uprising agianst the Soviet regime: Julia Sponga (with a helmet and a bandage on her face) and her boyfriend Gyorgy. Budapest, 29th October 1956

Hungarian revolution of 1956. Two young revolutionaries in the streets of the city during the uprising agianst the Soviet regime: Julia Sponga (with a helmet and a bandage on her face) and her boyfriend Gyorgy. Budapest, 29th October 1956

1956, Aki Magyar jöjjön velünk! Aki magyar velünk tart! Adi Pop.

1956, Aki Magyar jöjjön velünk! Aki magyar velünk tart! Adi Pop.

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Régi kirakatképek Budapesten

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